Category Archives: cybersecurity

ISP-SEC – Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform

ISP-SEC is a new cyber security project that was recently launched by Tarek Sendi a Cyber security incident handler at ANSI Tunisia. This service can be used by Internet service providers and Telco operators to identify the threat in the

Significant Malware Increase detected by Pandalabs

PandaLabs has published the Q1 report for malware statistics. According to the report there is an increase in the malicious activity over this quarter. In this three months there are more than 15 million of new sample of malwares that

UK Household Botnet Infestation

An international study has revealed a staggering 6% of household computers are harbouring malicious botnets. This equates to over one million households in the UK alone being in regular connection to the criminal networks. The botnets attack websites, send spam,

New Cyber Security Awareness Campaign

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The Hacker News lunched an initiative for the New Year release called “Enter At Your Own Risk” Cyber Awareness Campaign. This idea comes as a group of bloggers that will provide articles on magazine to raise the cyber security awareness.

Cybersecurity Conf & Expo – Washington , DC

The Cybersecurity Conference & Expo is coming up next Thursday December 8-9 in Washington, DC – delivering in-depth training for government practitioners and essential networking opportunities with government and industry leaders at the forefront of cybersecurity initiatives. The 2-day conference

New Book: Cyber Warfare

“Cyber Warfare” a new book by Jason Andress and Steve Winterfeld, this book is designed to cover the strategic, operational, and tactical aspects of today’s cyberspace conflicts. This is not a typical book about cyber warfare as it brings information

Symantec: 100% Increase in New Malicious Software

According to the latest Internet Security Threat Report which has been issued by Symantec, more than 240 million new malicious programs have been observed last year. The study illustrates clearly that cyber criminals increasingly focusing to get help of the